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Berardi: Committed To Our Clients

At Berardi Immigration Law, our focus has always been on our clients. That remains the case even in these uncertain times. Given Governor Cuomo’s recent stay-at-home order, the attorneys of our firm are now working at full capacity from home. We want to assure you that if you currently have a case in process with […]

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Employee Spotlight: Nichole Herr

Nichole Herr joined Berardi Immigration Law in November 2019 as Chief Financial Officer. She oversees all aspects of the accounting and financial areas of the firm including payroll, compliance, ledger activity, expenses, and receivables. Prior to starting with Berardi Immigration Law, Nichole was Director of Finance at Rupp, Baase, Pfalzgraf, Cunningham LLC, where she managed […]

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Employee Spotlight: Zach Ahlstrom

Zach Ahlstrom is an associate attorney at Berardi Immigration Law. Zach started with Berardi Immigration Law as a law clerk during his second year of law school in March 2017 and officially joined our team as an Associate Attorney in January 2019. Zach graduated summa cum laude from Mercyhurst University in 2014 with a degree […]

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Entering Canada with DWI: FAQs

Here at Berardi Immigration Law, we offer a wide variety of services to assist our clients. One such service is helping individuals with a DWI or DUI on their record enter Canada. Below is a list of the most common scenarios our office sees and some information on next steps…

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Holiday Travel to Canada

Avoid any extra stress during the holiday season by taking care of any immigration issues before travelling. If you have an impaired driving conviction on your record and would like to travel to Canada, our team may be able to help...

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Temporary Block on Immigrant Health Insurance Requirement

President Trump’s October 4th Proclamation has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge.  If allowed, it would require those seeking U.S. visas to obtain approved health insurance within 30 days of entry if they are not able to cover their own healthcare expenses. Judge Michael Simon, a Federal District Judge in Portland, Oregon, issued a nationwide temporary […]

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First Time Entry with An Immigrant Visa

Whether you are pursuing a marriage based green card, immigrating for your work, or being sponsored by a family member, obtaining a visa to enter the United States can be a time-consuming, stressful, and frustrating process. Every step of the way...

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David Gellman’s 10+ Years of Services

David Gellman worked with Rosanna Berardi for more than ten years. David is a Certified Public Accountant and a Rabbi. Rosanna assisted David with a variety of processes and David never hesitates to refer his clients, friends, and congregants to our firm. David has nothing but positive things to say about Rosanna. He explains, “Rosanna […]

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Client of the Month: Mark Jones

Berardi Immigration Law is happy to have recently helped Mark Jones acquire U.S. citizenship! Mark is a long-standing client of Berardi Immigration Law (BIL); in fact, he was one of Rosanna’s first clients upon the founding of the firm in 2005! The firm has assisted Mark through the process of applying for his marriage-based green […]

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IRCC Confirms Rules at the Border Surrounding DUIs

On December 18, 2018, Canada introduced much tougher penalties for individuals with convictions of DWI, DUI or DWAI. The new bill, titled the Impaired Driving Act, has made impaired driving a serious criminal offense in Canada, whereas it was previously only considered a criminal offense. To learn more about this, click here.  However, since the […]

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